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|Annual gala raises over $100k to support Boys & Girls Clubs of North CountyMay 23rd 2013
Supporting the Boys & Girls Clubs of North County’s annual fundraising gala April 27 at Pala Casino are Jeanette Short, Colleen and Bill Jackson, Jim Short, and Bruce Bevans.
Title Sponsor of the gala was the Donegan-Burns Foundation, represented by, top row from left, Cal Nelson (director), Randy Geurin (director), Dan Woodard (legal counsel), Liz Kane (director); bottom row from left, Bettye Burns (president/CEO), and Jennifer Woodard (director).
Billie Foli, center, is joined by daughter Fran White, left, and daughter-in-law Debi Foli, right at the Boys & Girls Club gala fundraiser April 27.
Dr. Dale Mitchell, superintendent of Fallbrook Union High School District, poses with a live “statue” of Liberty at the annual fundraiser to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of North County.
North Coast Church organizes a weekend of serviceMay 23rd 2013
North Coast Church volunteer Alley Cote paints the patio covering at Jeremiah’s Ranch, one of the three Fallbrook locations where over 400 local members worked on projects during a weekend of service, April 27 and 28.
Sam Naylor fits bricks into the driveway at the TERI group home, one of the project sites worked on by North Coast Church volunteers. Naylor is the church’s missionary to Russia.
Bev Clark is ready to paint the fence at REINS during the weekend of service performed by members of North Coast Church who raised over a million dollars to fund supplies to go with donations from local businesses for a total of 250 projects throughout North County.
Dr. Frank Winton, right, greets Chris Bowker, the lead contractor for the Jeremiah’s House project, on April 28. All three project locations cater to handicapped adults.
Lori McCaffrey gets ready to paint at the TERI group home project site on April 27.
Mark Nair begins to build a patio covering at the TERI home.
Hopena Kahakui helps with a landscaping project at the TERI group home. TERI stands for training, education, research and innovation and is a program for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities
Volunteer Cathy Swanson helps with the yard work at Jeremiah’s Ranch House on April 28.
Children work on the landscaping around the letter ‘R’ at REINS on April 28.
Charlie Walters, front, and her brother Dominic paint a patio table at Jeremiah’s Ranch. Volunteers of all ages participated in the weekend of service organized by North Coast Church.
Youth Fair a Fallbrook favoriteMay 23rd 2013
Madi Bellafaire, 10, nuzzles her La Mancha doeling during a break in activities at the Youth Fair held Saturday, May 18 at Fallbrook High School’s Ag Dept. See more photos on page 4.
Fallbrook FFA showman Chelsea Poyner dominates her rowdy lamb during the heavyweight conformation class on May 18.
Stephen Paul, 11, pumps air into a pig lung at the Fallbrook Youth Fair to learn about the elasticity of lungs.
Sarah Scrape guides her Duroc pig toward the judge during the senior 4-H showmanship competition at the Fallbrook Youth Fair on May 18.
First place FFA market goat novice showmanship winner, Tanya Enlow, leads her goat to impress the judge.
At the Fallbrook Youth Fair on Saturday, May 18, Yulissa Lopez, 15, holds a corn snake (which she wore around her neck) for visitors to pet. The fair was held on the grounds of Fallbrook High School’s Ag department.
Fallbrook FFA students Makenna Hosop, left, 14, and Rachel Collier, 15, load up a wagon with plants for a buyer at the Youth Fair on May 18.
Madison Causey, 11, trims her goat’s hoof before a conformation class May 18 at the Youth Fair.
The Hernandez brothers – Daniel, left, 11, and Sergio, 12, dissect a cow’s eye at the Fallbrook High School science department booth at the annual Fallbrook Youth Fair May 18.
New board installed for Fallbrook Gem & Mineral SocietyMay 16th 2013
|The newly installed board of directors for the Fallbrook Gem and Mineral Society include, from left, Mishell Rose, member services; Donna Steinbrenner, public programs; Janice Bricker, secretary; Miles Smith, development; Gail Kerry, president; Angela Hicks, vice president, and Vanessa Jones, treasurer. Not pictured: Gina Palculich, federation (CFMS) director; Rick Rumsey, facilities, and Mike Evans, education.
|Film festival award first and only for Holocaust survivorMay 16th 2013
On April 14, film producer Bernhard Rammerstorfer, left, presents 107-year-old
concentration camp survivor Leopold Engleitner with the 2013 Best Documentary Short award from the Fallbrook International Film Festival for “Ladders in the Lion’s Den,” a film based on Engleitner’s life. Engleitner died on April 21.
Presenting the Best Documentary Short award at the
Fallbrook International Film Festival April 7 to “Ladder in the Lion’s Den” producer Bernhard Rammerstorfer, second from right, are, from left, Heidi Minga, Shirley Duke, and Susana Shattuck.
Fallbrook International Film Festival film submittal
coordinator Shirley Duke looks at a copy of “Unbroken Will” that Leopold Engleitner inscribed for her.